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Ingeniería Energética

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RODRIGUEZ GAMEZ, María; VAZQUEZ PEREZ, Antonio; CASTRO FERNANDEZ, Miguel  y  VILARAGUT LLANES, Miriam. The photovoltaic systems and territorial ordination. Energética [online]. 2013, vol.34, n.3, pp.247-259. ISSN 1815-5901.

The photovoltaic generation with connected systems to electric grid in the outline of distributed generation, is an alternative that contributes with benefits to the reduction of the pick of evening demand, to the decrease of losses for distribution; being an option in the development of the investments that it increase the capacity of the distribution grid in a scenario to great scale, being able to substitute investments in generation capacity and transmission. This idea supposes the penetration of the photovoltaic technology increasing in the electric generation. The presented results are part of the elaboration of the studies of feasibility to determine the incidence of the solar radiation, considering the ordination of the territory starting from the conditions of the geographical location, making the selection of the places adapted by the characteristics of solar potential, the electric efficiency, infrastructure and readiness of the space for the introduction of the photovoltaic systems.

Palabras clave : distributed generation; territorial ordination; solar potential; connected photovoltaic systems to grid.

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